Summary: The Influence Of Bullying In High School

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According to www.nveee.org, every 7 minutes a child id bullied, there is 4% of adult intervention, 11% peer intervention, and 85% of no intervention. Students are bullied for many reasons, one reason is a bully craves power and the only way they think they can get that power is to bully others. Bullies become bullies because maybe there is something going on in their home. In most high schools, 15% of teenagers have been bullied in 2016. Yet in lower grades, such as 4th-12th, 49% of students get bullied. Out of all those bullied kids only 30.8% have the guts to report their bullying to others that can and will help. Bullying is an dreadful thing because, it cause tremendous amounts of guilt, the lost trust and love from friends and family, …show more content…
According to Source 1, you will no longer have any more trust and/or love from most of your family and friends. If you have hurt someone so bad that they would have to kill themselves then nobody will want to be around you. According to thegrassgetsgreener.com, it is horrible not to have anyone's trust because you don’t even have someone to talk to. According to thegrassgetsgreener.com, this long term effect of bullying is the worst because it is the hardest to overcome and gain back trust. Bullying leads up to many things, but this is just one of …show more content…
According to Dustin O'Field, Vice Principal at Barboursville Middle School, there is three offences for bullying in and out of the school. On the first offence of bullying there is a one day suspension, the second offence of bullying is 10 days of suspension, and lastly the third offence of bullying is a 10 day suspension and expulsion. According to thegrassgetsgreener.com, another consequence from being a bully is low self-esteem. Health problems is yet another consequence form being a bully. Think before you become a bully because your hurting yourself as well as the

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